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How’s the language in this book? Salem, Massachusetts is an unusual town. Books by Brunonia Barry. As soon as I read the back of the book and the narrator pretty much told us she was an unreliable narrator, I was hooked! The author should have saved some of those ideas for other stories and developed them further and maybe she will.

I think if I believed more that Towner didn’t get that ending that I would have been surprised right along with her, but I think, looking back, that sometimes she understood the truth, at least part of it, and didn’t explain it to the reader. Aug 09, View all 22 comments. And not all of them, even – Lettrlce still have so many questions.

Her memories of her life in Salem are sketchy and she struggles to put lla pieces of her childhood together while dealing with people from the past that she is not prepared to see. So I was predisposed to enjoy the admittedly captivating descriptions of a city poised between the past and the heavily marketed, witch-industry-based future.


Mar 25, Joan rated it it was ok. If you like just a hint of a ghost story but not a cheesy full-on haunting, this book is also for you. You shouldn’t have a problem determining who is speaking. Her sister was given away at birth?

It’s not that there are unanswered questions, it’s that I’m not lettfice sure what questions to ask. I’ve seen a lot of bad reviews for this but I still want to read it. I’m always interested in the history of Salem and I wasn’t familiar with lace readers so I thought this would be a intriguing read.

I respected her self-knowledge and her willingness to do what she knew was right for her, no matter what her family might have thought. The idea of this book and Towner’s voice are what first compelled me to read the entire thing after going through the first couple of chapters. Now the disappearance of two women is bringing Towner back home to Salem—and is bringing to light the shocking truth about the death of her twin sister. Her great-aunt Eva is missing.

The autor did give me a vivid picture of the location, and for that I thank her. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

He is determined to get the answers as to Eva’s disappearance, and to put away the leader of the Calvinists. Barbybook wants to read Una famiglia quasi ka by Jane Shemilt. The lower rating is simply due to the fact that such a climactic turn of events should seemingly be explored a bit deeper. At times haunting, heartbreaking, mystical and magical, it has an ending that will surprise you and show you the healing power of love. However, these little excerpts do more than bugiardaa introduce the tone of each chapter, They end up providing important foreshadowing of what bugirada to come later in the book.


The Lace Reader

It’s a blend of black tea and cayenne and cinnamon, with just a hint of cilantroand with some other ingredients she won’t reveal to me. Lx, Puritans, Ipswitch lace, and the dark waters of Salem harbor all play a part in creating a unique setting for the story. The story is not told in a linear fashion and the unusual events from the past are fleshed out through a series of flashbacks, dreams and hallucinations.

Modern day witches vs. Published September 1st letyrice Flap Jacket Press first published Towner fled to the west coast fifteen years before, running from the violence and grief that was part of her life as a teenager when she lost her twin sister, Lyndley.

It is just beautifully written. Barbybook is on page of of La bugiatda bugiarda. I enjoyed it a lot. Maybe that’s because my interpretation is incorrect – and I do encourage readers of this blog to send me theirs in the comments! I guess if there had been bugiardda of the lace-reading, and less of the dysfunctional family traumas and psychoses I might have felt more drawn to it.